Pollen count: High counts today could trigger hay fever - six ways to reduce symptoms
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Eating healthy a struggle for South Asian immigrants in Alberta: study
Medical News Today: What to know about eye floaters
Manitoba parents concerned with birth registration delays
Medical News Today: What is ulnar deviation?
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TYPE 2 diabetes is when the pancreas does not make enough insulin or when the body can no longer use the insulin it makes. A popular lunch item could make symptoms worse and increase a person’s risk. What is it?
A Philadelphia billboard featuring a scantily clad woman has sparked outcry this week for what some residents regarded as body-shaming.
U.S. overdose deaths last year likely fell for the first time in nearly three decades, preliminary numbers suggest.
POLLEN counts are forecast to be high across most of England today, and high counts can prove particularly bad for hay fever sufferers. A nutritional therapist has offered six natural ways to reduce symptoms when pollen counts are high.
Victoria's voluntary euthanasia laws were supposed to help end the suffering of terminally ill patients, but bureaucratic problems and legal issues are leaving some people unable to find doctors who can help.
TYPE 2 diabetes is a life-long condition that requires daily monitoring. Neglecting healthy lifestyle habits can worsen the condition and pose serious health risks. Environmental conditions can play a role too.
Menopause experts issue a warning to women using bioidentical hormone therapy, claiming the treatment is highly ineffective, costly, and could put women at risk of cancer.
A University of Alberta study has found that nearly half of South Asian immigrants in Alberta have a diet that is unhealthy. Su-Ling Goh reports.
In Wednesday’s edition of Health Matters, Su-Ling Goh takes a closer look at the diets of South Asian immigrants, tells us about an Edmonton tech company getting an honour and about a fundraiser for adults with mental health issues.
Eye floaters are specks in a person’s vision. They are normal and not necessarily harmful. It is not always possible to prevent them, and they may not require treatment. Learn more about eye floaters here.
Tasha Gregory has been waiting for over 6 weeks for birth registration documents for her newborn child, and shes not alone.
Ulnar deviation is when problems with the joints, muscles, or ligaments cause the fingers to bend toward the bone on the outside of the forearm. Learn more about the symptoms, causes, and treatments here.